Thai Sacred Tattoo. A Temple, Samnak, Sak Yant Samnak

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Thai Sacred Tattoo. A Temple, Samnak, Sak Yant Samnak

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Sak Yant Designs

We have a combined 80 years of experienced Masters who explain and help us to translate the Sak Thai Kata Yant designs. The simplest explanation we find is the best answer.

Gao-Yord-Morn-9-Spires-Thai-Tattoo

Gao Yord Morn

Nine Spires

เก้ายอด

Gao Yord Morn a most sacred tattoo with vary wide ranging powers of protection and fortune and is believed to be the most important of all available Sak Yant designs.  It is believed to bring luck and protect the bearer against evil spirits.

Yee-Sib-Gao-Yord-29-Spires-Thai-Tattoo

Yee Sib Goa

29 Spirals

วงวิญญาณเก้าสิบ

Usually there will be a horizontal line of a Mantra or Akara in Khom script. This script is older than Khmer script and the characters are abbreviations. The centre of the Yant is a series of small boxes. The number and size of these boxes can vary from Master to Master. Inside each square there is a character that is an abbreviation for a spell and mostly the Gao Yord will offer the following:
Maetda Maha Niyom: Will offer the bearer compassion and kindness in their dealings with others. This will increase popularity and others will be easily influenced by you.
Maha Amnat: This offers the bearer power and authority in dealing with others.
Awk Seuk: This will enable the bearer to fight adversity and to always fight for correct and noble reasons.
Oopathae: This offers the bearer a smooth path in business activities.
Kong Khra Pan: This offers the bearer magical powers of invincibility.
Maha Lap: This will offer the bearer good fortune.
Bong Kan Antarai: This will offer the bearer protection against natural disasters, accidents and acts of violence toward the bearer.
Natee Gan Gnan Dee: This will offer the bearer favourable circumstances in their work.
Bong Kan Win Yan Chua Rai: This will offer the bearer protection against unwanted spirits.

Paed-Tidt-8-Directional-Thai-Tattoo

Paed Tidt

8 Directional

8 ทิศ

Paed Tidt is a sacred Geometric Yant containing Eight Mantras (sacred chants) written in two concentric circles in the centre of the design. This tattoo also has Eight Representations of the Buddha, one for each day of the week (there are two on Wednesday). This Yant is often seen as the Traveling Tattoo, as it will provide you with Protection from 8 Directions, as well as it will ward off bad spirits. Keep in mind that the traveling could be anything between space, time and spirituality. And Normally worn in the centre of the back bear the shoulder blades.

Suea-Koo-Twin-Tiger-Thai-Tattoo

Suea Koo

Twin Tigers
เสือแฝด

Suea Koo are a favourite with Muay Thai fighters who wish to emulate the strength and the power of a tiger in the ring. The tiger’s attributes include strength, speed and agility and twin tigers is said to be one of the very highest levels of power. This is a suitable SakYant for a person with power over the others. It is a very powerful Sak Yant symbol even for those who don’t train Muay Thai Fighters. In ancient times this tattoo would be very popular with warriors. It gave them power with no fear. They would keep fighting with no submission.

Unalome-Circle-of-Life-Thai-Tattoo

Unalome

Circle of Life

วงเวียนชีวิต

The Unalome symbol represents the path to enlightenment in the Buddhist culture. The spirals are meant to symbolize the twists and turns in life, and the straight lines the moment one reaches enlightenment or peace and harmony.

Phaya-Kai-Fa-Pheasant-Thai-Tattoo

Phaya Kai Fa

Pheasant

ไก่ฟ้า

Kai Fa (Pheasant) is believed as one of the most beautiful creatures so Yant Phaya Kai Fa is believed to support wearers to have perfect love and beauty.

Suitable for those who wants to be lucky in love and happy in play.

Suea-Phen-Leaping-Tiger-Thai-Tattoo

Suea Phen

Leaping Tiger

เสือเผ่น

Powerful, Protection

Gao-Hah-Phraong-Five-Buddhas-Thai-Tattoo

Gao Hah Phraong

The Five Buddhas

5 พระพุทธเจ้า

This is a very popular and well know talisman for Thai people from the past to the present. It is the highest talisman (A Master Talisman) and multi-purpose. The Gao Hah Phraong represents having and acting with great mercy towards yourself and others; Amassing great fortunes in both the physical and spiritual realms.  Wearing this charm provides good luck and promotion in life.

Phra-Rahu-Demon-God-of-Darkness-Thai-Tattoo

Phra Rahu

Former Demon God of Darkness
พระเจ้าปีศาจ

Phra Rahu was formerly a Demon God who the Thais believe took the form of a serpent, these days at temples he takes a more demonic human form. Phra Rahu is a somewhat fearsome deity, who is worshiped to prevent harm coming to the bearer of gifts however he has semi-demonic qualities that cause him to be both revered and feared as a bringer of “darkness” – he swallows the sun and moon, after all.  But in Thailand he can also be auspicious in that he also eats darkness and bad luck, so the way to ward off the bad luck that Rahu brings when he’s trying to eat the sun or moon, you can either try to scare him off (light fireworks, make loud noises) or you can placate him (he prefers black offerings, like black grapes, black jelly, black coffee, black beans, etc.)  He’s generally the master of somewhat nefarious occupations: pimps, cheaters, deceivers, drug dealers, anyone dealing in immoral acts… bad mojo, basically.  But government officials and white-collar types will give offerings to Rahu and pray to him in order to get on his “good side” and ward off the negativity of persons who might be in the afore mentioned group of backstabbers and saboteurs.

Sarika-koo-yant-Love-Birds-Thai-Tattoo

Sariga koo

Love Birds

รักนก

Yant Sariga Koo is for people who want better popularity and charm. You will be able to charm people and get along with them easily. It will also bring good luck and success. But not to abuse or hurt others with that power.

Maha- Oot-Thai-Tattoo

Maha Oot

คุณกำลังรอ

Maha Oot Yant protects the bearer against illnesses, diseases and danger. It is often seen on cloth (Pha Yant) inside the threshold of a house.

Hong-Ku-Golden-Swan-Thai-Tattoo

Hong Ku

Golden Swan

หงส์ทองคำ

The Hong Ku is a mythical bird, similar to a peacock perhaps or a swan. It is common among Yant designs and this Yant represents a previous incarnation of the Lord Buddha. The bearer of this Yant is said to possess great oratory skills and can convince people easily. It also represents good fortune and is very popular as a cloth Yant seen hanging in shops.

Hanuman-Tua-Hah-Monkey-God-Thai-Tattoo

Hanuman Tua Hah

Monkey God

พระเจ้าลิง

Hanuman Tua Hah, This Yant represents Hanuman carrying a flag which means victory. It is believed that the wearers of this Yant will succeed in their lives or works.

Phra-Ya-Suea-Klong-Single-Tiger-Facing-Down-Thai-Tattoo

Phra Ya Suea Klong

Single Tiger Facing Down

เสือตัวเดียวคว่ำลง

For Protection from Danger.

Paed-Tidt-Yant-Eitipiso-8-Directional-Thai-Tattoo

Paed Tidt

8 Directional

8 ทิศ

Yant Eitipiso Paed Tidt is a sacred Geometric Yant containing Eight Mantras (sacred chants) written in two concentric circles in the centre of the design. This tattoo also has Eight Representations of the Buddha, one for each day of the week (there are two on Wednesday). This Yant is often seen as the Traveling Tattoo, as it will provide you with Protection from 8 Directions, as well as it will ward off bad spirits. Keep in mind that the traveling could be anything between space, time and spirituality. And Normally worn in the centre of the back bear the shoulder blades.

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